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KIEV / AMERICAN JEWISH NON-FICTION BOOKS
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Spoken and heard: sermons and addresses.
Pittsburgh, Rodef
Shalom Congregation, 1972. 264 p.
A selection of sermons with a bibliography of Rabbi Freehof's
writings by Lillian Freehof and Theodore Wiener.
F r o u d ,
N
ina
.
The international Jewish cookbook: recipes collected
from the many parts of the world by members of Women’s Inter-
national ORT .
New York, Stein
and Day,
1972. 306 p.
G
eyer
, G
eorgie
A
n n e
.
The new 100 years war.
Garden City, N.Y.,
Doubleday, 1972. 318 p.
G
ite lm a n
, Z
vi
Y.
Jewish nationality and Soviet politics: the Jewish
sections of the CPSTJ, 1917-1930.
Princeton, Princeton University
Press, 1972. 573 p.
G
latste in
, J
acob
.
The selected poems of Jacob Glatstein.
Trans, with
an introduction by Ruth Whitman. New York, October House,
1972. 185 p.
G
lazer
, N
a t h a n
.
American Judaism:
2nd ed. Chicago, University
of Chicago Press, 1972. 210 p. Paperbound.
This second revised edition contains a new chapter analyzing
the events of 1956-1971 showing the impact on American Jews of
the June, 1967, war in Israel and the radicalization of American
Jewish youth.
G
l imcher
, A
rnold
B.
Louise Nevelson.
New York, Praeger, 1972.
172 p.
A full length illustrated study of the sculpture and the artist's
own statements about her art.
G
old
, H
erbert
.
My last two thousand years.
New York, Random House,
1972. 246 p.
An autobiographical work by the American Jewish novelist.
G
oldberg
, I
srael
(Rufus Learsi, pseud.)
The Jews in America: a his-
tory.
Epilogue: American Jewry, 1954-1971, by Abraham J. Karp.
New York, Ktav, 1972. 422 p.
G
olden
, H
arry
.
The greatest Jewish city in the world.
Selected color
photographs by Jay Maisel. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1972.
236 p.
A book about New York City and the many and varied contri-
butions to the life and vitality of the city by its Jewish citizens.
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The Israelis: portrait of a people.
New York, Pyramid, 1972.
351 p.
A personal view of the people and places of the State of Israel.
G
oldstein
, A
ndrew
.
Becoming: an American odyssey.
New York, Sat-
urday Review, 1973.
The owner of a successful orange grove in California describes
his origins in the Bronx, his education and his acumen.